Definition of narked in English:

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Pronunciation: /nɑːkt/


British informal
Annoyed: I was narked at being pushed around
More example sentences
  • The introduction of tabs was the point where I started to get a little narked.
  • Admitting to being narked appears to be another matter entirely.
  • I was a bit narked that the Italians didn't really do Pepsi, being monopolised by Coca Cola instead.

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